Inside the eeFDM project, we are to produce videos for the promotion of RDM and open data toward researchers. Here is our first output, we are hoping for your feedback before producing the final tone. (So far, I have been doing the voiceover and we did not put any work in finding good music.) The video is available on Figshare (https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.7163396), the tone is not the definitive one. #give feedback: For RDM enthusiasts: Would you use it on your webpage and in your talks, if not, why ?
Method Here, we use the text collected and analysed so far (mostly via browsing the web, few direct contribution from the crowd), comparing it to a report from the research data alliance report. Both reports can be found as blog posts found under the category analysis. Summary We focused our analysis on three interesting content: Marketing strategies (how to reach researchers), arguments for research data management, and stories to tell.
On this page, we will report the analysis of the data we gathered and collected, the page is recreated with updated data. The data itsel is created in a spreadsheet available on the github page. We welcome any of your comments in the blog comment section below. For each argument, we gathered real life stories punch lines jokes, funny way to bring it reference to the (pop) culture wich could be used list of arguments: Open data is inevitable
The external hard drive is VERY important to me as it contains 5 years of research data which are crucial for my PhD thesis !!! I think comments are unnecessary. Distributed under a CC-BY license, photo ©Peter Murray-Rust originally posted at https://blogs.ch.cam.ac.uk/pmr/2011/08/01/why-you-need-a-data-management-plan/ Collected by Julien Colomb, data manager
In my work, I am the developer and administrator of a web based information system for research data applied in more than 30 research projects to share collected, brought or created data within the project consortium and with stakeholders. Even single researcher e.g. PhD students use the system to organize their own data. While most datasets can be downloaded without any extra request, few datasets can only be downloaded after the dataset owner approval.
This video is a first draft, I would be happy to get some feedback, about the storyline and the overall design. It is focused on the HU, because I will use it for my job interview there. A version aimed at the FSU will probably follow. This post may be updated when new versions of the video will be made. You can download it here (the quality of the image is low on purpose): https://github.